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Oster Blender – Review – Yes, I’ve Been Using it for a Long Time

The best and most honest reviews are the ones about products we actually use. The Oster Blender is one of them. I’ve had it for years, blendermeaning that it lasts for a long time. That’s always good to know. And I have put it through some heavy use 😉 which I definitely do not recommend, but it is certainly a plus point. This blender can perform. At least I know that 🙂


  • Its design: it’s elegant and unpretentious
  • Easy to use: no overwhelming array of buttons, but just the right amount of buttons for its most important functions
  • 16-speed: Ice crush, easy clean, grind, milkshake, frozen drink, smoothie, mash, beat, mix, purée, cream, chop, and whip are the functions this blender offers.
  • Size: which makes it easy to store in the cupboard
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Easy to assemble after cleaning
  • Stainless steel
  • Listed as “Amazon’s Choice”


  • Perhaps its basic functions may not be enough for some people. It all depends on what you need it for. It is not recommended for industrial use, but definitely for home use.


priceAmazon offers the best price for this blender. It offers new and used items. I recommend getting a new one. I am not keen on getting used items, you never know what they’ve been through 😉

So, depending on what type of shipping you prefer, the price ranges between $45.99 and $58.99 US. I got one myself, and I must say that you are really getting value for your money.

Why Did I Buy it?

I am going to be very honest here. I was in need of a good blender. As a vegan, a blender (and a food processor) are indispensable in the kitchen. I had one before, but it didn’t last long, but that one was also very low-priced. As my father always told me “Cheap often turns out to be quite expensive” And he was right. Cheap stuff doesn’t always last that long. I think we’ve all had those experiences. While the Oster Blender is not that expensive, it doesn’t belong in the cheap category either. When I went out to get my much coveted blender, the Oster was promoted at a local store, and it caught my eye. It had everything I needed. A nice amount of buttons, and it looked easy to use. And the price convinced me.

So, then, why did I buy it?

The combination of price and functionality.


It was exactly what I needed and it seemed like a good investment. For once, I listened to my father and I got something that was not the cheapest. I didn’t buy the most expensive one either, but that is not always necessary, is it? I have seen some awesome blenders with a wide array of functions, but when I saw their prices, my wallet squeaked a little protest. My Oster is just what I want, and after several years, my investment still has its value. So yes, once again my father proved his point. I still have my Oster Blender and it performs splendidly.

What did my Oster Blender Endure in my Kitchen?

Well, of course, the simple stuff such as smoothies and soy or almond milk shakes, mashing boiled beans to make the delicious Mexican frijoles or to create vegan sausages, making vegan ice cream with frozen chopped bananas (you want the recipe? Let me know in the comments), mango sorbets, broccoli cream, chocolate sauce for raw banana-chocolate pie, coconut whipped cream, and so many other delicacies. I’ve also used the chopper to make special meals for sick puppies (I rescued dogs and cats for twenty years), and my Oster Blender made it through all that 😉

So, do I recommend it? I totally and wholeheartedly do. Please let me know in the comments if you have any questions about the Oster Blender.


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  1. Hi Christine,
    Now you made me hungry! Haha
    What is your recipe for the delicious Mexican frijoles? That made me hungry right away!
    Oh, and do you have a recipe for homemade salsa?
    Very good review! You sparked my interest 🙂
    All my best,

    • Hi Donna, for the Mexican frijoles, you can do it the fast or the slower way. Traditionally, you would use dry beans, soak them for 6-8 hours or overnight, cook them for an hour or until they’re tender enough to mash with a fork (I use a blender for that). Blend the tender beans with half an onion, half a teaspoon of salt, “epazote” (Mexican herb), and some pepper. Instead of epazote you can also use basil leaves or any other herb that you like to use. Sometimes I add crushed chillie pepper, it all depends on my mood ?.
      For the salsa, chop up two large tomatoes, add a handful of cut basil leaves, a pinch of salt, pepper, add a chopped up chillie pepper(optional), and two tablespoons of olive oil. Put the salsa on tortilla chips, and enjoy ?

  2. Hi Christian, I am so glad I came across this article. I have been looking at blenders as my little ninja just doesn’t cut it with all things. I drink a lot of smoothies and most of them have kale or spinach in them so I normally have to chop the greens up and then blend and even then they don’t always get chopped up as good as I like them. So I will be checking out the Oyster blender to see if maybe it would be better. I am going to do a check on Amazon Thanks again for a thorough review.

    • Hi Lynda, I’ve used it to make many smoothies and it went just fine, also for green smoothies. I’ve added spinach and it was chopped up well. I’m so glad that my review was of any help 🙂
      Thank you for visiting my page 🙂

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